WILLIAM Twigg Reserves replaced Crowthorne Inn at the top of the Bracknell Town & District Sunday Football League Premier Division thanks to a 4-2 victory at the weekend.

The win puts Twigg top by one point after three matches.

FC Meta are three points behind but with a game in hand after a 6-1 thumping of Golden Farmer Rangers.

FC Fernhill picked up their first win of the season with a 7-0 demolition of Morale Madrid.

WAB lead the way in Division One after a 3-1 away win against Binfield Royals.

There were 10 goals in the game between Winkfield and basement boys Ashridge Park, with Winkfield winning 7-3, while Berkshire All Stars and Raglan drew 3-3.

In Division Two, Athletico Ascot maintained their 100% record by beating third-placed Bracknell Athletic 3-1 to make it three wins from three.

Second-placed Warfield United romped to a mammoth 11-1 victory at Braybrooke Athletic.

AFC Crowthorne Reserves secured their first win by beating 3M 2-1 away from home, while Newbold College lost 4-2 at Ashridge Park Royals.

Woodley Saints also boast a 100% record in Division Three after a 5-2 win against WAB Reserves, as do Bracknell Corinthians, who beat bottom club Berkshire United by the same scoreline.

Bearwood Wanderers picked up their first win, beating Bracknell Falcons 5-0, while Hope & Anchor edged out Winnersh Town 4-3.

Division Four leaders Crownwood Dukes dropped their first points of the season following a 1-1 draw with Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves.

Bracknell Royals moved up to third with a 2-1 victory at Bracknell Titans while Silver Birch A drew 2-2 with FC Harmanswater.

Meanwhile, Division Two club Bracknell Saint Germain caused an upset by beating Division One side Hurricanes 5-3 to progress to the Berks & Bucks Sunday Junior Cup second round.

Also through to the next round are Finchampstead Athletic Reserves, who won 3-1 at Microblast 17 with Ollie Armstrong-Wood among the goalscorers.

Sandhurst FFC defeated FC Lions 3-0 to seal their place while AFC Crowthorne drew 2-2 at Windsor Athletic before winning 5-2 on penalties.

However, Berks County FC crashed out after a heavy 8-2 defeat at Wellesbourne.